Food delivery in Korea has no minimum, no fee, no tipping, and no time limit (open 24/7). If you crave a bowl of hot noodles, which only costs 3,000W at 3 a.m., just make the call. It will come to your door in a “steel bag”/철가방.

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It’s served using the same restaurant tableware, side dishes (반찬) and utensils (수저). After you’ve finished eating, just leave everything outside your door. The same delivery guy will return later to pick up the dishes.

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Korean food delivery is great if you can’t cook, don’t want to cook, or the weather sucks.

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